From Conway Police Department reports
Probationer arrested after reportedly having meth at home
A Conway woman was arrested last week after her probation officer reportedly found a loaded syringe in her home.
According to an incident report, area probation officers were conducting a home visit at 3 p.m. Nov. 29 at probationer Teria K. Sutton's Faulkner Street residence when they reportedly found a loaded syringe in the woman's home.
The report states the 28-year-old woman had the syringe in her purse and admitted it was loaded with methamphetamine.
After searching the woman's home, no other contraband was found.
The 28-year-old Conway woman was ultimately arrested on scene and taken to the county jail.
Man reportedly urinates in back yard while young children were nearby
A Florence Mattison Elementary School parent filed an indecent exposure report after learning that a man who lived near the school had exposed himself to members of the running club.
According to an incident report, a Conway man contacted police shortly before 5 p.m. Nov. 29 after learning his two daughters saw a man who lived near the school urinating in his yard.
The man told police his 8- and 10-year-old daughters were members of the school's running club and that they were running at the school's track when the alleged incident occurred.
The man said one of the teachers at the school informed him "that while [the students] were running, a black male who was in a backyard close to the track pulled his penis out and began to urinate in the yard of the residence."
Florence Mattison's school resource officer was also alerted about the incident, according to the report.
Estranged husband accused of putting cigarette out in wife's hair
A Conway woman called police after her estranged husband reportedly put a lit cigarette out in her hair lat week.
According to an incident report, the woman went to her husband's Middle Road residence to pick up the couple's young son around 9 p.m. Nov. 29.
The woman told officer Matthew Tucker that when she picked up her son, she then ran to her vehicle and locked the door to get away from her estranged husband. Once locked in the vehicle, the 27-year-old woman said she realized she forgot her son's car seat. However, she said her husband agreed to give her the car seat.
After getting the car seat set in place, the woman told officer Tucker that her son rolled down the back window and her husband proceeded to reach into the car and put a lit cigarette out in her hair. The woman said she "doesn't believe her hair was burnt" during the incident, according to the report.
Trailer park squabble
The Conway Police Department was called out to the Brookside Trailer Park last week after one of the residents said another tenant punched him in the face.
Officer Jeremy Holliman responded to the scene and learned that Tommy L. Lunsford had been punched int he face by Leslie D. Cogdell.
According to the report, officers were first called to the home on Nov. 28. However, Lunsford said he was OK. Shortly after midnight on Nov. 29, authorities were called back to the home after Cogdell, who Lunsford only knew as "Bones" reportedly punched Lunsford in the face.
"I was able to make contact again and this time, [Lunsford] was bleeding from the right side of his forehead," Holliman wrote in his report. "Mr. Lunsford said that a man he knows as Bones came over and struck him in the face with a fist. He said that he has known Bones for years and that the two are friends. He said that Boens is crazy and he did not know why he hit him."
After speaking with Cogdell's wife at the 55-year-old suspect's residence, located a few trailers away, Holliman learned that Lunsford previously called Cogdell's wife complaining about money and also yelled derogatory comments outside the couple's home. Cogdell's wife told Holliman she felt disrespected by Lundsford's statements.
According to the report, Holliman went back to speak with Lunsford, who "neither confirmed or denied his [previous] actions" and proceeded to state he was "scared of Bones and that Bones is a bully."
Lunsford did not make it clear on the night in question he wished to file charges against the other trailer park resident.